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Does anyone have a typical house budget or know where i can get one from?

For the last 6 years all i have done i srent and paid only rent (all inclusive) so have no idea about budgets.

If anyone has a budget can they list it please.

Thank you.

Im just trying to work out the cost of living alone and renting / morgaging my own place.

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Does anyone have a typical house budget or know where i can get one from?

For the last 6 years all i have done i srent and paid only rent (all inclusive) so have no idea about budgets.

If anyone has a budget can they list it please.

Thank you.

Im just trying to work out the cost of living alone and renting / morgaging my own place.

My Budget for 2 Adults & 5 cats :)

Food					   260Cat food					40Vet fund					50Car repair fund			 40Present fund				60sub to					  450All others ie: 					C/tax , rent , utilities , car ins'					 720Total					   1170

Dames :)

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My Budget for 2 Adults & 5 cats :)

Food					   260Cat food					40Vet fund					50Car repair fund			 40Present fund				60sub to					  450All others ie: 					C/tax , rent , utilities , car ins'					 720Total					   1170

Dames :)

I would like to be one of your cats Dames ;-)) (do they seriously get 1/10 of your monthly budget - i was going to buy a dog too - bugger that!)

I was rather a breakdown of what electricity and gas and council tax etc would be for about a £200,000k average house..

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I would like to be one of your cats Dames ;-)) (do they seriously get 1/10 of your monthly budget - i was going to buy a dog too - bugger that!)

I was rather a breakdown of what electricity and gas and council tax etc would be for about a £200,000k average house..

Last year's figs - add another 20%+++. ----

http://money.guardian.co.uk/news_/story/0,...1566889,00.html

Average annual gas bills will rise to £515 for customers who pay quarterly by cheque and £463 for those on direct debits. Average electricity bills will rise to £321, up 32.4% since early 2004.

http://www.hbosplc.com/counciltax/counciltax.asp

The average council tax per dwelling (exclusive of discounts and subsidies) rose above £1,000 in England for the first time in 2005/06 to £1,009.

Car running cost - unless you can keep a cheap heap going with your mechanical skills a car with normal mileage is going to cost at least £2500 a year once you factor everything in.

http://www.whatprice.co.uk/car/car-costs.html

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I would like to be one of your cats Dames ;-)) (do they seriously get 1/10 of your monthly budget -

No , £1170 is the total so it's more like 3.4%. :)

Besides , you don't expect me to catch all the mice do you?

Dames :D

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My Budget for 2 Adults & 5 cats :)

Food 260

Cat food 40

Cat repair fund 50

Car repair fund 40

Present fund 60

sub to 450

All others ie:

C/tax , rent , utilities ,

car ins' 720

Total 1170

Dames :)

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